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useful-information-iconA series of blood tests to detect conditions such as gout, thyroid, anaemia, leukaemia, diabetes, hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, liver and kidney disorders, as well as high cholesterol (lipid screen).
useful-information-iconA series of blood tests to detect cancer markers produced by some cancer cells through simple blood tests. Screening tests are available for liver, colon, pancreas, prostate, ovarian and nose cancers.


useful-information-iconA test to infer the state of kidney function as well as of the urinary tract.
useful-information-iconA test to screen for gut disorders through the testing for stool occult (microscopic) blood, a recognised manifestation of gut cancer.
useful-information-iconA test to screen for cervical cancer in women.
useful-information-iconScreenings through resting ECG and treadmill stress test to assess for physical fitness, heart condition and early detection of coronary heart diseases.
useful-information-iconExamines organs of the abdomen including the liver, gall bladder, spleen, pancreas and kidneys.
useful-information-iconDetects the size and shape of pelvic organs, such as the bladder and evaluate the cause of bladder dysfunction. Examines the uterus and ovaries for women and prostate for men.

Ultrasound Pelvis

Detects the size and shape of pelvic organs, such as the bladder and evaluate the cause of bladder dysfunction. Examines the uterus and ovaries for women and prostate for men.

Breast Examination

  • Ultrasound breast
  • Mammogram – an X-ray of the breasts used to detect breast changes in women who show no signs or symptoms of breast cancer. It is recommended that women aged 40 - 49 should go for mammography screening once a year, and women above 50 should go once every two years.
  • useful-information-iconUltrasound breast
  • Mammogram – an X-ray of the breasts used to detect breast changes in women who show no signs or symptoms of breast cancer. It is recommended that women aged 40 - 49 should go for mammography screening once a year, and women above 50 should go once every two years.
useful-information-iconA test to assess the pressure of the eyeball and test for glaucoma.

Raffles Asian Panel

D pteronyssinus, D farinae, Blomia tropicalis, cat, dog, mouse, cockroach, mixed feathers (pigeon, goose, chicken, duck), hay dust, mould fungi, shrimp, crab, cuttlefish, mackerel, sardines, tuna, beef, chicken, egg yolk, vegetables (soya beans, onions, celery, mushrooms).

Raffles Food Allergen

Hazelnut, walnut, almond, milk, egg white, egg yolk, casein, potato, celery, carrot, tomato, cod fish, crab, orange, apple, wheat flour, rye flour, sesame seed, soya bean.


Raffles Inhalative and Food Allergen

D pteronyssinus, D farinae, alder pollens, birch pollens, hazel pollens, grass pollens, rye pollens, mugwort, plantain, cat, horse, dog, Alternaria alternata, egg white, milk, peanut, hazelnut, carrot, wheat flour, soya bean.